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  • Since drafts are not shown publicly… it just doesn’t make sense.

    As I said, for multi-author blogs it would be good. All authors can see all drafts. Clicking “View” from Edit posts is the best way to read another mans post. Once there, submitting a comment seems logical.

    it would be good but does it make sense to make such an effort to go into source code?
    Why don’t you use a category e.g. ‘draft’ which is not shown on the main page, with password protected posts?
    You share the password with other authors and when the post is ready to really-publish remove the password and change the category.

    that would be one solution, but for the end user it just seems to be to much hazzle…

    No one?



    I was able to do this by making the following change to wp-comments-post.php

    if ( empty($status->comment_status) ) {
    	do_action('comment_id_not_found', $comment_post_ID);
    } elseif ( 'closed' ==  $status->comment_status ) {
    	do_action('comment_closed', $comment_post_ID);
    	wp_die( __('Sorry, comments are closed for this item.') );
    // } elseif ( in_array($status->post_status, array('draft', 'pending') ) ) {
    //	do_action('comment_on_draft', $comment_post_ID);
    //	exit;

    Does that make sense?



    Thanks, I will try it right away!



    The comments get saved in the database but are not shown on the post or elsewere…

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